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The Adventure Capital Of Alaska

Haines is a small but active town with beauty and activities for visitors in every season. A thriving population of approximately 2,000, Haines does not get the same volume of cruise ship visitors as other towns, making it an ideal getaway for those looking for something off-the-beaten-path.
Haines is an adventurer's paradise. Whether you are looking for a summer rafting trip down the Tatshenshini, secret fly fishing spots, a roadtrip into Canada and the wild Kluane National Park & Reserve, or world-class heli skiing in Haines' back country, Haines is a great place for adventures of all kinds and in all seasons.

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Haines is a beautiful town with a small downtown area. Enjoy walking along Main Street from the small boat harbor past the Hammer Museum toward Haines Brewing Company, making sure to meander the adjacent side streets for hidden treasures.
Haines receives fewer cruise travelers than neighboring Skagway so you should have plenty of space to explore.

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Haines Activities

Haines is a great place to visit for a day or a week or a month. The launching point for many outdoor activities, you can enjoy kayaking, biking, hiking, fishing, back country skiing, and even hunting right in Haines' backyard. 
Known for bountiful salmon runs, world-class heli-skiing, and congregations of bald eagles every November, there is always something fun to do in Haines. If you're not careful, you might just move here!

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Haines Restaurants

Whether you are looking to visit Haines during the annual Beer Fest held every May or simply looking for a good takeout pizza, Haines is a year-round community home to great tasting treats, craft beer, and even an award-winning distillery.

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About Haines

Haines is nestled in the Chilkat Valley, an area originally inhabited by Native Alaskans of the Tlingit culture who traveled along the Northwest Coast and settled in Haines due to its mild climate and abundance of food. 
By 1903 the US Government developed a keen interest in Haines and established Fort William H. Seward, which was active during both WWI and WWII until 1940.
Today, Haines is a vibrant and tight knit outdoorsy community offering activities and events for all occasions and seasons.

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